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Monday, 23. February 2015. 22:14

Members of the Parliament of Montenegro participate in the Interparliamentary meeting in Brussels – day one

Member of the Committee on Political System, Judiciary and Administration Mr Genci Nimanbegu and member of the Security and Defence Committee Mr Luiđ Ljubo Škrelja are participating in the Interparliamentary meeting on the topic: “Smart Borders Package: European challenges, national experiences, the way ahead”, which is being held in Brussels, on 23 and 24 February 2015. 

On day one of the meeting in the European Parliament, during which two sessions were held, thirty parliamentarians from member states and national parliaments participated. Within the first session titled: “Smart Borders Package”, the participants discussed the necessity for smart borders, leading a political debate on new systems, their purpose and possible options. The introductory remark was delivered by Mr Claude Morales, Chair of the European Parliament Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, afterwards the rapporteurs also participated in the discussion. At the end of the first session, Chair of the Council and the Commissioner spoke. Participants of the meeting agreed that there was a need for “smart borders”, voicing joint position that those would facilitate the freedom of movement and contribute to easier mobility of persons who want to cross the outside borders of the EU. On the other hand, they assessed that it was necessary to consider different measures of the system which would be necessary to implement in the system for the purpose of keeping the high level of security.  

​The second session of the meeting was marked by a practical part, i.e. exercise consisting of two phases, namely: technical study of the Commission aimed at searching the best options and solutions as well as testing entrusted to European Agency for the operational management of large-scale IT systems in the area of freedom, security and justice, intended to review the feasibility of the options identified technical studies.

MP Mr Genci Nimanbegy participated in this part, saying that Montenegro and the Western Balkans Region should be treated, in the world of smart borders, differently, due to their current status with the EU.

The following spoke during the second session: Mr Rob Rozenburg, representative of the European Commission, Mr Giovanni Buttarelli and Mr Krum Garkov, European Agency for the operational management of large-scale IT systems in the area of freedom, security and justice.

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